Due east from Hollywood, at the edge of Los Angeles County, lies a town that a studio executive might have ordered up as a real-life Main Street USA movie set.
It might look like an Eastern seaboard village with blocks of bustling, locally owned shops. Or maybe a small Midwestern, railway town with a train depot within walking distance of trendy restaurants and hearty pubs. Or even a Southern community with its tree-lined streets of well-kept craftsman homes providing the ideal setting for a leisurely bicycle ride.
It’s the kind of town that you fell in love with on a vacation to Maine – or was it Indiana? – but never thought you’d find again in Southern California.
Claremont’s tree-lined streets, Village shopping district, five distinctive hotels, dozen day spas, and stately college campuses make it a destination for Southern Californians seeking an overnight staycation, and a quiet change-of-space for harried Ontario Airport business travelers.
Let us help you start to Discover Claremont. From boutiquing through dozens of unique, locally owned shops during the day to experiencing some of Southern California’s best live jazz and dueling piano clubs at night, Claremont packs an experience unmatched in the region into just 14 square miles.
Have international tastes? Claremont boasts nearly 100 cafes, restaurants and coffeehouses across a wide variety of cuisines, most of them owned and operated by “Claremontonians.”
And you’re just minutes from experiencing winter recreation at Mount Baldy, participating in world-class cycling training along the Glendora Ridge route, watching professional auto racing at Auto Club Speedway, or hitting the outlets at Ontario Mills.
Come Discover Claremont, the getaway that’s only a few miles away.